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Charter Boat - Supanova II | Published by: Lyle Stantiford | Skipper of: Supanova II
Member of: The Professional Boatmans Association

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Lyle Stantiford

Boat Details

TypeBWSeaCat 11m Catamaran
PowerNanni Diesel 2 x 200hp
LicenceMCA 60 miles
Pax12 + Crew

Skipper Details

SkipperLyle Stantiford
Address36 Goldcroft Avenue
TownWeymouth
County Dorset
Post CodeDT4 0ET
Phone01305 773093
Mobile07976 876667
Website
About Supanova II   'Blog' Last Updated 22nd Jan 2018 at 12:11 pm

DIARY NOW OPEN FOR 2018/2019 FOR WEYMOUTH & CHANNEL ISLANDS BE QUICK TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT!

BW Seacat S.P.E.E.D 11, the latest in the catamaran market, built in 2013 she is maintained impeccably and looks like new. Powered by 2x200hp Nani engines giving a cruising speed of 16knts. This makes the distant wrecks and Channel Islands in easy reach! Island wheelhouse offers 105 feet of fishable gunwhale space. Fitted with state of the art Navigation equipment for safety and fish finding.

Wreck, Reef, Banks, Shambles, Channel Islands, Multi day trips from Weymouth, species hunts, Competitions, Specialist small groups, Beginners more than welcome, Bass, Bream, Cod, Plaice, Rays, Congers, Tope, Turbot, Brill

Licensed for 12 + 2 crew, fish 10-12 with complete comfort.

Facilities: WC for all to use, Oven, Red Hot Kettle for your tea and coffee, insulated fish hold for those multiple day trips, heated wheelhouse. Skipper more than happy to gut or fillet fish you wish to take for the table regardless of whether I have a crew or not.

SUPANOVA II IS NOW SPONSORED BY TACKLE GIANT SNOWBEE WE HAVE A VAST ARRAY OF THEIR EQUIPMENT ON BOARD SO IF YOU FANCY A GO JUST ASK ON YOUR NEXT TRIP!

Nothing is too much trouble on board Supanova, if you have no gear, NO PROBLEM. Never been fishing before, NO PROBLEM. It is my aim to offer everybody who steps foot on board Supanova the best day possible. You can expect as much complimentary tea and coffee as you can handle and a good laugh to boot and with a bit of luck a few nice fish for the table. All enquiries are welcome please do not hesitate to contact me by any means.

First and formost I am an angler so hopefully I am in a good position to understand anglers needs, the ultimate buzz i get from this job is to see you all catching, i am not the type to hang around if things don't work.

 **** VOUCHERS FOR TRIPS ARE AVAILABLE FOR THE ULTIMATE BIRTHDAY OR CHRISTMAS PRESENT ****
PLEASE CONTACT FOR MORE DETAILS  

***** WE NOW HAVE THE TIDES DIARY FOR 2018/2019 NOW OPEN BE QUICK TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT ****

About the Skipper:

Hi I'm Lyle i'm a born and bred local lad, been fishing the waters around Weymouth and Portland since the tender age of 5 years old and since then I have developed into a well respected young skipper in the port. On leaving school at 16 I joined as crew aboard the famous Weymouth charter boat Tiger Lily, skippered by the legendary Chris Caines and over the next two and a half years gained masses of experience from Chris. At the age of 17 I became the youngest skipper in the country and from gaining further experience running boats such as Tiger Lily, Lone Shark, Channel Chieftain, Flamer and Revolution and small stints as a commercial fisherman, on various vessels in the port I decided in 2009 to take the leap and purchase my own boat for charter angling. Now with the massive investment into my second and third vessels you can now see that I am in it for the long run! In my spare time you just can't keep me away from boats for the past eleven years I have been an active volunteer on Weymouth Lifeboat Crew.

 

Blog image The Supanova Charters fleet has expanded with the purchase of 'Meerkat'.
Meerkat will operate all year round and be skippered by local lad and Weymouth's newest, upcoming skipper and angling fanatic Ryan Casey. Meerkat is a near identical boat to Supanova II, unrivalled catamaran stability, good turn of speed and all the mod cons and comfort you should come to expect from a modern sport angling boat.

If you need a trip that will require two (or more) boats then look no further.

For a trip with Weymouth's future check out the Meerkat page within deepsea or drop Ryan a line. 07776182782 ryancasey1@hotmail.com


 

Skippers Blog

 

Winter 18

As is the norm for this time of year, we try to steal a day here and there when the weather allows. A nice bit of inshore action for the first trip of 2018, culminating in the completion of the Supanova/Meerkat specimen comp. Well done to all who competed and to the winners. WE HAVE SPACES SUNDAY 28TH JAN FOR ANICE BIT OF INSHORE FUN! 07976876667 The Pollack season is well underway with fish already up to 18lb with the odd bonus thrown in as well!!!! PLENTY OF WRECKING TRIPS COMING UP, CHECK OUT THE UP TO DATE CALENDAR OR GIVE US A CALL/TEXT 07976876667

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Phil Barclay-Smith was the outright winner of the specimen league scooping a cool £1000 for his troubles. This 14lb Huss certainly helped him to victory!

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You just never know whats going to turn up! While fishing for congers and rays recently Jamie latched into this lovely little Porbeagle, around about the 60b Mark. after a quick snap she swam off like a dream.

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John Bloomers Pollack of 18lb the best for us so far.

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Paul Kuhn from Brackley loves a bit of Rod Bending action from a hard fighting Pollack. This one came on a sidewinder skerries.

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Well I didn't expect it, He didn't expect it, I don't think anyone expected it!! What a cracking bonus this 16lb Turbot was for Terry Hickman while out Mid Channel for Pollack. The day was right on the limit for Mid Channel but we managed to squeeze most of the day in before having to make a retreat at 1400. All on board managed some lovely Pollack and this added Bonus made it all worth it!

Winter 17/18

The fantastic Ray fishing continues, the final trip of 2017 produced a cracking run of Blondes with us also seeing, Thornback, Undulate, spotted and small eyed Rays also!! WE HAVE SPACES ON A BLONDE RAY TRIP ON 27TH JAN 18 COME AND GET BENT INTO A BIGGIE! 07976876667

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How fitting that the best Blonde of the year came on the final trip of the year. A real beauty and a new PB for my old mate Phil Rogers from Bristol. Smack on the magical 30lb

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Paul Roper from Whitchurch in Hampshire had a lovely day on the blondes, He did fish like a turkey in the morning but got into the swing of things come the afternoon. Mind you he did spend most of his day babysitting his mate. Well done Paul!

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Blonde On!!!!

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Young Sara Daniel and nearly as young John Billet display a nice pair of Blondes.

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derbs spent most of the day catching every Ray apart from a Blonde, He wasn't too upset with this cracking undulate of 17lb 4oz.

Summer/Autumn 17

So a while since i posted some pics here, my apologies. The late summer Autumn was great fun with plenty of Bream, some big ones too as you will see from some of the pics both inshore and offshore. Plenty of rays around and some nice fatties too. Last couple of channel islands trips threw up a nice mixed bag too.

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Graham Stevens had this belting Bream of 4lb 8oz on day1 of our big fish week.

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Day 3 was Blondes and Graham managed the best Blonde 22lb

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Biggest Bream on day 1 fell to Glenn Knight. A smidgen under 5lb

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We are congering today Dave. Not Ling!

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Still not a conger, Dave but a nice bonus Turbot!

Last channel islands trips for 17

The latter island trips were great fun as usual with a good mixed bag.

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Clive Fawkes with a clonking Cuckoo Wrasse, this one snaffled a sidewinder intended for Pollack on the way home from Guernsey trip.

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Mick Hoyle from Portland, Dorset with a stinking ling landed on the way to Guernsey.

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On the final Alderney trip of the year we had a good time on the Bass, Byron shows off the average stamp.

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Wayne joined Byrons crowd for the first time and landed the best Tope of the trip just over 50b.

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Yayyyyy!!!! Finally managed to boat a Couch's Bream. What a beauty. was released after a quick snap.

Summer 17

Posted by: Lyle Stantiford

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Steve Radford and chums drive all the way from Nottingham just for the day, last drift of the day and a 7lb 11oz Bass for Steve.

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A stonking Mackerel of 2lb 4oz for Chris Ellis from Lymington & District SAC.

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Mark Hillier from Fareham, Hampshire loves his flatty fishing. A cracking Brill of 6lb 4oz from Weymouth.

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It's that man Mark Hillier again and David Potts with a brace of 3lb+ Bream from an inshore mark.

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Not to be outdone, Rob Burgin managed the best of the day. A smidgen under 4lb

Summer 17

Posted by: Lyle Stantiford

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Karl from Lymington with a fine summer Bream. Squid ad ragworm tempted this one.

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Ian Mclean and an 8lb Shambles Turbot

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Tony Brewer from Portland, Dorset and a cracking Brill

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Daz Miles with a near port record Bull Huss of 15lb 7oz

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Chris Weller loves a tug on his tackle. This lively Tope certainly pleased him!

Wrecking 17

Posted by: Lyle Stantiford

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Max with a 20lb Cod

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Poor old Billy, just days before the bass ban was lifted he landed 3 on the trot on a recent wrecking trip. He did enjoy seeing them swim off mind you. 'Bigger for next time"

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It's great when you get a bit of variety wrecking. Cod, Pollack and Bass all on the same drift.

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A few more of these around in recent years. Sean Davenport displays a lovely John Dory. For some reason he didn't believe me when I told him they were poisonous.

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A nice Ling for hooter

Wrecking 17

Again tough action in the channel for large periods of this summer season. When the fishings hard trust your skippers chaps, listen to their advice and fish hard and catch.

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Nigel relaxes from the stressful job as a prison officer. This High double figure Cod made his day.

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Richard Wheeler and chums unfortunately didn't manage to get to Alderney because of the weather but skilfully snaffled a nice Cod on the day we managed to sneak out in the middle.

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What NO Cod!!!! Not today but some cracking Pollack.

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Chris Judkins with a monster summer Pollack

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Mick Hoyle from Portland, Dorset with yet another monster summer Pollack.

Alderney 17

It's no secret that the fishing both sides of the Channel has been tough this year but if you work hard the rewards are there as you can see.

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John is one of the more senior customers we have taken to Alderney, he showed all them youngsters the way!

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The wettest day I have ever seen at sea, Paul Smith's spirits weren't to be dampened though!!

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Mike Abbott the Turbo Tickler

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Phil 'The Brill' Rogers lives up to his name with a Guernsey Bril

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Must be loads down there!!!!! Even the old man caught one!

Ling Antics

I realise I have been hopeless at updates this year, this will hopefully bring you up to speed. A fantastic resurgence in the Ling fishing this year which has been a bit hit and miss the last few years. Can't wait for next April to get on a few more of these.

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Kelvin is well on the mend after his mishap, great to see his rod bent into some fish again! Welcome back mate!

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Rob tickled a few with muppets.

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John Johnson, A smashing chap lead the way.

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Tom O'Gorman is the front runner in the Weymouth Charter Boat Specimen hunt for the Ling category with this 24lb+ Ling.

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You never know whats going to turn up when dragging a bit around a wreck. Keith Newton was over the moon as you can imagine with this awesome Turbot of 21lb 11oz.